Culture & Arts

No girls allowed

Black History Month | Single-sex schools help African-American boys succeed-but remain controversial
by Mark Bergin
Posted 2/03/07, 12:00 am

Glen Clisham pauses momentarily from an arithmetic lesson and raises his voice above the escalating racket of 15 boisterous first-graders: "I'm going to wait until I have quiet." The room's volume drops to a murmur. Clisham, a fourth-year teacher at Thurgood Marshall Elementary in Seattle, resumes instructing, satisfied with something less than total silence.

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"What would Luke write?"

Hollywood | Behind the scenes, The Nativity Story filmmakers strive to be "consistent with the tone and tenor" of the Gospel accounts of Jesus' birth
by Steve Beard
Posted 12/02/06, 12:00 am

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Conspiracy theories

Entertainment | They may explain political protest of ABC's 9/11 film but rarely describe how networks work
by Mindy Belz
Posted 9/23/06, 12:00 am

David Horowitz is usually the one taking on academia, Hollywood, and other liberal bastions. But occasionally it comes right back at the FrontPage Magazine editor and founder of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, himself a former leftist and civil-rights activist. Mr. Horowitz, 67, woke up on Sept. 11 to discover he'd been labeled "the godfather" of ABC's controversial The Path to 9/11.

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